Mutu started his career in Romania, playing two years for Argeș Pitești and half a year for Dinamo București, before joining Internazionale Milano midway through the 1999–2000 Serie A. After only 10 games at Inter Mutu left for Verona and then Parma, for which he scored 39 goals in the next three years. His excellent form brought him a €22.5m transfer to Chelsea. Because of the breach of contract saga for failing a drug test, the player was released from his contract, and returned to Serie A to join Juventus. After the 2006 Italian football scandal and the relegation of Juventus to Serie B, Mutu decided to join Fiorentina. Here he spent the biggest part of his career and offered the best and most constant performances, playing for five years for the Florence squad. In the summer of 2011, Mutu joined Serie A side Cesena. After their relegation to Serie B, he joined Ligue 1 club Ajaccio. On 5 April 2013, Mutu announced his intention to retire from football at the end of the 2013–14 season. Mutu's career has been plagued by personal problems, most notably two large suspensions due to failed drugs tests. Despite these events, he was regarded as one of the Serie A's best strikers when he played with Fiorentina.
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